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English citations of bronchitis and bronchitises
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- 1860, “A Salvo to St. Swithin”, in Punch, vol XXXVIII, London, September 22, 1860, p 111.
- Take your catarrhs, with their snufflings and sneezings ; / Take your bronchitises, whistlings, and wheezings ; / Take your congestions and pleurisies hence, as / Well as your agues and slow influenzas—
- 1863, Frederick Law Olmsted, Hospital Transports. A Memoir of the Embarkation of the Sick and Wounded from the Peninsula of Virginia in the Summer of 1862, United States Sanitary Commission, p 36.
- All the rest of the ship was in the sixth ward, in which the hernias, rheumatisms, bronchitises, lame and worn-out men were placed, organized in squads of fifty each, with a squad-master to draw their rations of house-diet.
- 1905, British Homoeopathic Review, London: British Homoeopathic Association, vol 49, p 547.
- What, then, was the cause of my repeated asthmas, hay fevers, bronchitises?
- 1912, James Joseph Walsh, Psychotherapy; Including the History of the Use of Mental Influence, Directly Indirectly, Healing Principles Application Energies Derived Mind Treatment Disease, New York: Appleton, p 210.
- Whenever there is difficulty of expectoration, especially when expectoration is abundant as in certain of the chronic bronchitises, and above all in . . .
- 2004, Christopher Newall et al., The Poetry of Truth: Alfred William Hunt and the Art of Landscape, Oxford: Ashmolean Museum, p 16 (quoting Alfred William Hunt, 1830–96).
- Hunt worried about Margaret's health and fussed over her safety, as well as his own capacity to earn money: ‘You promise me all your life not to go too near the fire with your crinolines – nor to play with fire – to keep out of the way of the carts & horses & postwagons – & to eschew bronchitises – sc. sc. and darling I will engage to get the money & keep a good deal of what I get’.